Leave it to Low to make Christmas creepy.
Everything about this is unsettling. Half these kids look like they’re about to cry. They’re probably listening to the song as they’re being filmed.
Behold the urban ne’er-do-well. Its inclination is toward mess-making and spray painting. It enters office habitats, renders them unusable for others, then quickly departs. It thrives in chaotic environments.
“Ripped” comes from Sextile’s (is that a play on “textile,” because that’s not particularly sexy) latest record, Albeit Living, out this past summer.
World’s longest microphone cord.
A lot of tattoos, beards and denim vests in this band, but that green, bean-shaped dude looks a little out of place. At least he’s briefed on the choreography.
“Talk 2 Her” comes from this year’s self-titled Sam Coffey And The Iron Lungs (which is actually the second self-titled Sam Coffey And The Iron Lungs album).
Exploring a ghost town can be an entertaining and informative experience, but there are always a few nogoodniks who show up just to break windows and jump on beds.
And of the beach performance, we’ll ask, as we always do, what are those amps plugged into? Realism need not be sacrificed in the name of rock ’n’ roll.
“Get Lost” can be found on the recently-released L.A. Witch full-length.
We were simple folk until the gods gave us war, and it all started with the handing of a huge sword to a little girl. Downward spiral, since.
Best YouTube comments for this video:
“DOES ANYONE ELSE FEEL LIKE THERE WATCHING A WES ANDERSON MOVIE”
“Accidentally clicked on this instead of the Alice in Chains song of the same name, wow this is the lamest thing I’ve seen in a while.”
“Phantom Limb” (by The Shins) comes from their 2007 album, Wincing the Night Away. The Alice in Chains song of the same name comes from their 2013 record, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. Yes, they named an album that. Yes, they’re still making music.
Looks like a lonely walk down that road, but she seems to be enjoying herself—sauntering, even. The problem: if no one sees your sign, does it count as a protest?
Maybe it isn’t meant to be, anyway. Daniel Romano describes her Ramonesy journey as: “Noble Avant-Guard-ist walks the evaded boulevards of the universal boondocks.”
The research portion of today’s post: If you google “repressed rapture” (the protest sign) the predominant source is poet Percy Bysshe Shelley: “A dewy moisture filled her eyes, as she gazed with an expression of tumultuous, yet repressed rapture, upon the hapless Verezzi.”